Gonna Trouble the Water
Social ethics professor Miguel De La Torre argued that water should not be viewed as a commodity, but rather as an entity that provides life. Southern Festival of Books hosted this virtual program.
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- Miguel De La Torre Professor Iliff School of Theology->Social Ethics and Latino Studies
Jared Porter Manager Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority->Corporate Communications
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